Resources

Resource Category Topic
Creating Course Syllabi for Fall 2020 and Beyond (Victor Benassi)v
Presentation materials available at: https://www.unh.edu/cetl/talk-about-teaching-presentations-summer-2020 (Scroll to find presentation)
Course Design Syllabus Design
Creating Your e-Portfolio (UNH Career and Professional Success -- CaPS)
CaPS video tutorial provides guidance for building your own portfolio.
Type: Video
Assessment and Feedback, Student Success Exam Alternatives, Formative Assessment, Summative Assessment
Creation of Exercises for Team-Based Learning in Business (Timmerman, J.E. and and Morris, R.F., Jr.)
This paper reviews the concept of team-based learning as related to business, discusses the need for help in designing effective exercises, and…
Type: Article
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Authentic/Case/Project/Problem Based Learning, Collaborative Learning
Critical Thinking : Tools for Evaluating Research (Nardi, P.)
This book 'deconstructs' common errors in thinking and teaches students to become smarter consumers of research results. Written to…
Type: Book
Learning Resources Information Literacy
Data information literacy and undergraduates: A critical competency (Shorish, Y)
This article includes how data information literacy (DIL) relates to information literacy, competencies associated with DIL, the relevance of DIL to…
Type: Article
Learning Resources Information Literacy
Data Literacy: A User’s Guide (Herzog, D.)
This book provides background information about data literacy with practical, hands-on lessons that develop fundamental research skills. Tutorials…
Type: Book
Learning Resources Information Literacy
Data Visualization and information literacy (Womack, R.)
This article proposes that evaluation, critique, and use of data visualization be the initial focus of education and discusses some starting points…
Type: Article
Learning Resources Information Literacy
Death by PowerPoint (Duke University Center for Instructional Technology)
Three principles for designing and presenting presentations.
Type: Article
Teaching and Learning Strategies Cognitively Based Learning Interventions, Presentation Tools
Design Your Slides with Cognitively Supported Multimedia Principles (Catherine Overson)
Presentation materials available at: https://www.unh.edu/cetl/talk-about-teaching-presentations-summer-2020 (Scroll to find presentation)
Teaching and Learning Strategies Cognitively Based Learning Interventions
Designing Accessible Online Course Materials (Maureen Bourbeau, Frances Keefe)
Presentation materials available at: https://www.unh.edu/cetl/talk-about-teaching-presentations-summer-2020 (Scroll to find presentation)
Learning Environment Accessibility
Designing Better Quizzes (Magna Publications/Faculty Focus).
Ideas for rethinking quiz practices.
Type: Report
Assessment and Feedback Formative Assessment, Grading, Summative Assessment
Designing Quality Multiple-Choice Questions (Yale University Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning)
Detailed resource that describes the components of a good multiple-choice questions and offers annotated examples.
Type: Website
Assessment and Feedback Grading
Designing Rubrics Workshop (DePaul University Teaching Commons, 50:46)
Rubrics are a powerful and flexible tool for assessing students' learning in classrooms and programs. This workshop was presented at DePaul…
Assessment and Feedback Formative Assessment, Grading, Rubrics and Checklists, Summative Assessment
Developing an Assessment Plan for Your Remote Learning Course (Catherine Overson, Elizabeth Tappin)
Presentation materials available at: https://www.unh.edu/cetl/talk-about-teaching-presentations-summer-2020 (Scroll to find presentation)
Assessment and Feedback Academic Honesty, Classroom/Learning Assessment, Discussion, Exam Alternatives, Formative Assessment, Hybrid (“Flipped Classroom”), Online Courses, Rubrics and Checklists
Differential effects of full and partial notes on learning outcomes and attendance. (Cornelius, T.L., and Owen-DeSchryver, J.)
This study examined partial versus full notes in introductory psychology classes while controlling for initial levels of student knowledge and…
Type: Article
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Cognitively Based Learning Interventions, Study Skills
Discussion Boards: Valuable? Overused? Discuss. (Inside Higher Ed)
"instructors and students alike are growing tired of the discussion board formula,” this article describes “innovative approaches [that] point…
Type: Website
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Discussion
Distance-Learning Tips for Gallatin Arts Workshops: Getting Started (New York University Gallatin School of Individualized Study)
Tips provided by the New York University Gallatin School of Individualized Study
Type: Article
Teaching and Learning Strategies Studio and Performance (Online)
E-Portfolio (Berkeley Center for Teaching & Learning)
An overview of e-Portfolios, a sample rubric for evaluating e-portfolios, examples of e-Portfolios, and additional resources.
Type: Website
Assessment and Feedback, Student Success ePortfolio, Exam Alternatives, Formative Assessment, Summative Assessment
Effective Classroom Discussions (William E. Cashin, professor emeritus, Kansas State University)
This paper discusses: (1) strengths and limitations of classroom discussion; (2) creating the expectation for student participation in discussion; (3…
Type: Article
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Discussion
Effective Grading: A Tool for Learning and Assessment (Walvoord, B. E. and Anderson, V. J)
A comprehensive guide to grading in the classroom and a discussion of the broader purposes of grading.
Type: Book
Assessment and Feedback Feedback, Grading